On October 15, Ahmedabad will host the India-Pakistan World Cup match.
On Thursday, the BCCI officials—including president Roger Binny and secretary Jay Shah—met in New Delhi to go through the preparations for the 2017 ODI World Cup in India. The competition will begin on October 5 and conclude in Ahmedabad on November 19 with the final set. Members from the ten hosting locations have also been invited to the meeting, according to sources, which was called by Shah. The match between India and Pakistan will be postponed, though, and it will be the main topic of conversation.
Due to October 14 being the first day of Navaratri, the big match that was supposed to take place in Ahmedabad on October 15 may be postponed.
The BCCI was recommended to move the match to October 14 since October 15 is the first day of “Navratri,” according to news sources.
a news source The India-Pakistan game won’t be moved from the Narendra Modi Stadium, according to PTI, but the spectators would still need to alter their travel arrangements.
Earlier this month, the International Cricket Council (ICC) released the schedule for the ODI World Cup.
The tournament’s first game will feature the defending winners England taking on the runners-up from the previous edition, New Zealand, at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
The final set will be played on November 19 after a total of 48 games are played across 10 sites.
On October 8, India takes on Australia in their World Cup debut in Chennai, while Pakistan’s opening two matches are set for October 6 and October 12 in Hyderabad.